Golden Gate Transit

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  • The Importance Of Car Ownership

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    illustrated as, “Person trips with auto, transit, and others[non-motorized modes such as walking and bicycling] on a weekday basis.” Under the existing condition plus plan, auto has about, “39.6% out of 21,240 persons during the a.m. peak hours, and 39.53% out of 28,710 persons during the p.m. peak hours.” In both the a.m. and p.m. peak hours, the percentage of auto is higher when compared alone to transit and compare alone to the other mode share. The transit mode

  • Aesthetic Experience Research Paper

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    The sunlight tinting the clouds with pink and golden hues reminding me of a Maxwell Parish painting I had once owned. There was a heavy fog and mist coming in off the Pacific Ocean into the San Francisco Bay I noticed that the fog clung to the bottom of the Golden Gate Bridge. Sounds of gulls screeching and fog horns moaning, issuing warning of possible danger are coming in off the bay overwhelmed my senses

  • Analysis Of The Book ' The Arms '

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    popped out of the page and came to life. I could clearly see the family standing in front of us right now, as if we were floating right next to them. The family wore the finest clothing ever seen and they all started walking to this golden gate. “There were two golden baby angels”, continued father,

  • Personal Narrative Essay : The Best Friend In High School

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    Standing atop the ledge of the Golden Gate Bridge is so intimidating. I've stood in this spot countless times, however, I've always wussed out of actually doing the unthinkable. With no one to help this uninteresting high schooler out, this girl doesn’t even have a single friend in this new place. Because all of my technology has been broken in someway, I've not had a chance to talk to my old friends, but it's not like I had numerous friends in my old place. Nevertheless, the one friend I thought

  • Driving Across The Golden Gate Bridge

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    Driving across the golden gate bridge is a sight to see. Well it is a site o see if you can see through the layers of thick fog and if your car sat up high enough you could see out over the bridge. The air was not freezing, but there was a chill in the breeze that gave me goose bumps. Driving down crooked roads, and eating the sourdough bread instead of the soup inside it are special memories. It was a few days in San Francisco last summer that gave me a love for somewhere other than home. Being

  • My Exodus Journey : My Personal Exodus Story

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    Exodus Story: The thick and dense San Francisco fog twists and turns between the magnificent arches of the Golden Gate Bridge; my father’s old 4RUNNER cuts through the intimidating fog like a hot knife through butter. It is August 28th, 2012; the first day at my new school, Stuart Hall for Boys. My heart flutters as the pistons of my father's car drive me into the unknown. That day the Golden Gate Bridge was my desert, my limbo, my passage from Pharaoh’s reign into The Promise Land. But, who knows, across

  • Anthropology : An Intimate Ethnography

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    Anthropology: An Intimate Ethnography I remember it like it was yesterday. I was driving to Mount Shasta with my friend, Marley, and her parents for the weekend. It was about a four-and-a-half-hour car ride full of two eight year olds giggling in the back of the car and two parents blasting Disney radio in the front seats. Marley’s mom’s phone rings and she picks it up as we continue to sing our young hearts out to the Jonas Brothers. All of a sudden my friend and I hear her mother shriek with

  • Inequality In The Golden City

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    Social Inequality of the Golden City The Golden Gate Bridge takes a curious traveler across the San Francisco Bay area into a marvelous journey towards a technologically innovative city of San Francisco. The city of San Francisco has forever been a national symbol of coveted opportunity, cultural disapprobation, technological blossoming – and, frankly, economic inequality. In the past, countless attempts were made by multiple scholars to identify the sources of San Francisco’s social inequality

  • Short Story : The Shadowy Beasts

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    The Shadowy Beasts were starting to annoy Kyle. They should've died 4 days ago when he dropped the Car on them at the Trash yard. They should've died 3 days ago when he ran over them in the Tow truck in Arizona. They Definitely should've died this morning when he lit them on fire. No matter how many times Kyle killed then and watch the dissipate into smoke , they just keep reforming like large evil puffs death. He couldn't even outrun them. He raced to the top of the hill and caught

  • San Francisco Social Inequality Essay

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    Social Inequality of the Golden City The Golden Gate Bridge takes a curious traveler across the San Francisco Bay area into a marvelous journey towards a technologically innovative city of San Francisco. The city of San Francisco has forever been a national symbol of coveted opportunity, cultural disapprobation, technological blossoming – and, frankly, economic inequality. In the past, countless attempts were made by multiple scholars to identify the sources of San Francisco’s social inequality

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